Main Girl & DMG Secure National Label Services Deal With Penalty Entertainment/Sony Red

New York, NY; 04, October 2016: R&B trio Main Girl and their label DMG have inked a label services deal with Penalty Entertainment with distribution through Sony Red. The talented girl group from the DMV (DC, Maryland & Virginia) area have been building a local buzz and are ready to harmoniously make their way towards national recognition as they prepare the release of their debut album.

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The first single, a catchy R&B dance groove, titled “Hoopty” that lets the fellas know that choosing them is an upgrade with lyrics that playfully tease “Ride around with that hoopty, when you can get with this Rolls / Might as well pull over, what you with her for/Upgrade you like woah” is out now on all digital and streaming platforms.

Penalty Entertainment CEO, Neil Levine is excited to have the group as a part of the label services family saying, “We are thrilled to have Main Girl and Diverse Music Group as part of the Penalty Label Services family. These girls have been singing together for seven years and harmonize like early Destiny’s Child.”

Formed in 2008 Main Girl boasts the talents of three young ladies; Shabreia, Deja, and Jahna who effortlessly blend the musical styles of Hip-Hop, Pop, Gospel, R&B and Jazz to create a little slice of heaven on earth for your ears. They won “Best Female Group” at the 2010 DMV Entertainment Music Awards and were named “Viewers Choice for Best Group” at the 2011 BET Blaze the Stage Concert in NYC.

Diverse Music Group CEO George Adusei shares, “We are excited that we have Penalty Entertainment as our support system. We have been searching for a home for the girls, and from our first initial meeting, it felt like this is where we should be. The girls are ready, and fully committed to the journey.”

Watch Video Announcement of Hoopty:

Download “Hoopty” on iTunes:

For more information, & press inquiries contact:
Rebecca ‘Rain’ Rodriguez
Penalty Entertainment

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